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    A Face in the Crowd and The Longest December

    A Face in the Crowd & The Longest December
    by Stephen King, Stewart O'Nan, and Richard Chizmar
    A Cemetery Dance Publications Exclusive!
    Featuring cover artwork for both sides by Ben Baldwin
    Interior artwork for each novella by Mark Edward Geyer
    Special Editions include additional artwork by François Vaillancourt
    This will be another World's 1st Edition from Cemetery Dance Publications: a unique new book published in the old-fashioned "double" tradition!

    https://www.cemeterydance.com/king-o...eid=39e7b851b6
    Looking for the fonting of youth.

    #2
    Geesh. No heads up for us folks? What is up with that?
    Looking for the fonting of youth.

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      #3
      Originally posted by Ben Staad View Post
      Geesh. No heads up for us folks? What is up with that?
      CDCC notification went out Friday evening. I purchased the Artist but passed on the Lettered.

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        #4
        My comment was in jest. I'm not a completest so I passed on the trade and picked up an artist edition. My library space just wont allow me to be a completest! LOL.

        Originally posted by Martin View Post

        CDCC notification went out Friday evening. I purchased the Artist but passed on the Lettered.
        Looking for the fonting of youth.

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          #5
          Yep CDCC got notice on Friday. I think we sent a note out to Richard's personal newsletter over the weekend as well. SK Customers got about a hour head start on the official public announcement.
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            #6
            Originally posted by Ben Staad View Post
            My comment was in jest. I'm not a completest so I passed on the trade and picked up an artist edition. My library space just wont allow me to be a completest! LOL.


            I went for the artist edition only. I also have in the back of my mind that I may want to read the book before the artist edition ships, assuming it will be long after the trade is released. If that proves to be true i will pick up the trade at Powell's.

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              #7
              It was also mentioned on TDT that the first HC edition was published in Germany in 2013. If true, that would make it the world's first I believe.

              And to confirm what Dan said, I received notice via Richard's newsletter.

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